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مُساهمةموضوع: Sim City 4 Deluxe Edition RIP   الأحد يونيو 13, 2010 6:24 pm





Long before game designer Will Wright created the best-selling computer
game of all time, The Sims, he created SimCity, an innovative game with a
clear, compelling premise: You're the mayor, and your goal is to plan a
city from the ground up (and from a godlike vantage point) and then
nurture it, eventually turning what starts as a sleepy little town into a
bustling metropolis. SimCity was challenging and plausibly realistic
and even had a surprising amount of humor, especially for a game with a
seemingly mundane subject. About 15 years have passed since the original
SimCity was first released, and while the classic SimCity series is
still well known among PC gamers, it has only reached its fourth full
installment. And SimCity 4 for the most part isn't a huge departure from
its predecessors, either, not that it really needs to be. The game does
have a number of new features and a few additional layers of depth on
top of the preceding SimCity 3000, and its visuals have been
impressively overhauled. However, due to the presence of some stability
and performance issues, as well as a few noticeably lacking features,
SimCity 4 doesn't seem as polished as it could have been. On the other
hand, it's still a complex and detailed strategy game that can entertain
you for hours on end and even teach you a thing or two.

SimCity 4 is similar to its predecessors, but it offers a number of
interesting new features. One of the biggest changes to the gameplay of
SimCity 4 is evident from the start. Immediately as you begin the game,
you're presented with a view of SimNation, though it's not much of a
nation at first. SimNation is divided up into numerous smaller square
segments, yet each of these in fact can hold an entire city of your
making. These cities can even interact to some extent, exchanging
surplus energy, water, and such for cash. At any rate, getting started
is as easy as clicking on any SimNation square, naming your city, and
appointing yourself as mayor, and you're off. But before you begin, you
may wish to take the step-by-step tutorials of the game's mayor mode?the
heart of SimCity 4?and the god mode, where you can terraform the land
to your heart's content, making the terrain as flat, as hilly, as
undulating, or as improbably strange as you like. It's easy to use the
terrain-morphing tools found in this mode, and while it's perfectly
viable to just pick one of the ready-made territories to start your city
in, it's tempting and straightforward to custom-tailor your own.

Once you decide it's time to get started with your city, you may find
the early going to be very familiar if you've played any of the previous
SimCity games. You'll start by plopping down a power plant, preferably
one that doesn't create too much pollution, and then laying down some
residential, industrial, and commercial zones, then giving them some
time to incubate. Laying out zones is as easy as dragging rectangles
using your mouse, but SimCity 4 tries to make things even easier on you
by automatically inserting streets, giving larger zones a gridlike
pattern. This is a mixed blessing, since these auto-built streets often
don't line up as you try to construct adjacent zones, leaving your city
with bits of wasted space here and there, at least until you get used to
dealing with this feature. And since city maps in SimCity 4 are smaller
overall than in previous SimCity games?probably a necessary limitation
due to the fine level of detail you'll see down to individual houses and
sims?that wasted space could be a big missed opportunity for your city.
Plus all the extra roads can really hose your budget early on. The
auto-roads feature really should have been optional.

As in SimCity 3000, the three zone types each have several different
density options, so light-density residential zones are likely to sprout
small houses or low-income apartments, while high-density residential
zones could turn into tall, fancy condominiums. Denser zones are
costlier to put in place but pack in more people, which means more tax
dollars. But in SimCity 4, it pays to start slow. The early going can be
very challenging at first (and there are no difficulty options
available to ameliorate this), as you'll naturally wish to immediately
add all the amenities you'd want in a city: running water, schools,
hospitals, police stations, or a football field. At any rate, a
fledgling town needs only the basics, and a continuously updating news
ticker that's part of the interface will keep you informed about whether
your sim population needs anything you're not already providing. You'll
eventually get a feel for how to get people coming into your town
without driving your budget too far into the red. The goal, of course,
is to make your newly established city profitable as soon as possible,
since that's when you can start expanding in earnest and finally afford
that hospital or police station you've always wanted next to your
football field.

Having to contend with the constantly shifting demand for the three zone
types while continuously adding better services and transportation
options for your population and while also keeping an eagle eye on your
monthly budget adds up to some involving gameplay. SimCity 4, like its
predecessors, succeeds at being an active, hands-on game where there's
usually something interesting you can be doing. Even if you're waiting
to rake in a certain amount of funds, you can use that time as an
opportunity to scrutinize the many different statistics and charts
available to you or to correspond with your various advisors on how to
proceed. Or you can use the handy query tool to click around your city,
gleaning all kinds of information, including a few amusingly pointless
statistics. You can even just sit back and observe your city at the
closest zoom level. See those crime-scene-style chalk outlines near your
football field? Those mean you probably should spring for a new police
station thereabouts. All this is not to say SimCity 4 is a fast-paced
game, because you can play it at the rate you want. It's possible to
pause the action outright and build as much as necessary before starting
the clock back up, and you can freely switch between three different
game-speed settings.

SimCity 4 has a sleek, attractive interface that's highly reminiscent of
the one found in The Sims. Though all the different buttons are
unlabeled and not necessarily intuitive, detailed pop-up tooltips appear
when you float your mouse cursor over any of the options, and it won't
be long before you figure out where everything is. Just as the interface
effectively lays out all the information and building options you need
to be the best mayor, the game itself now grants you a much finer level
of control over some aspects of your city. As in previous SimCity games,
you can raise and lower the tax rate to bring in more money or increase
demand. However, taxes now are broken down first by the three zone
types and then by economic class, meaning you can opt to heavily tax
your arrogant high-tech industries while giving your humble farmers a
break, and so on. Additionally, as in previous SimCity games, you can
adjust the budgets for your police and fire departments and such, but
now you're able to do this locally as well as globally. Does that
inner-city precinct have a lot more on its hands than that suburban one?
Then you can probably afford to cut the latter's budget, but maybe not
the former's. To some extent, the game now forces you to micromanage
your city in such a fashion, though it isn't strictly necessary.

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
Operating System: Windows XP/ME/2000/98 (Windows 95/NT not supported)
CPU: 500 MHz Intel Pentium III or AMD Athlon Processor
RAM: 128 MB
CD/DVD-Rom Speed: 8X
Hard Drive Space: 1 gig plus space for saved games
Video: 16 MB video card, DirectX 7 compatible
Sound: DirectX 7.0 compatible
Input: Keyboard, mouse

Whats Ripped?
Nothing...just highly compressed

Screenshots:


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Installation Instructions:
1. Unrar and run install.bat (Disable UAC on Windows Vista)
2. Start the game with simcity4.exe


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